gambling chip


gambling chip
jeton ou plaque de casino

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  • chip — [chip] vt. chipped, chipping [ME chippen < OE * cippian < cipp, log, plowshare < L cippus, post, stake < IE base * k̑eipo , sharp post] 1. Rare to cut or chop with an ax or other sharp tool 2. a) to break or cut a small piece or thin… …   English World dictionary

  • chip — ► NOUN 1) a small, thin piece removed in the course of cutting or breaking a hard material. 2) a blemish left by the removal of such a piece. 3) chiefly Brit. a long rectangular piece of deep fried potato. 4) (also potato chip) chiefly N. Amer. a …   English terms dictionary

  • chip — I. /tʃɪp / (say chip) noun 1. a small piece, as of wood, separated by chopping, cutting, or breaking. 2. a very thin slice or piece of food, etc.: chocolate chips. 3. Also, potato chip. a. a deep fried finger of potato. b. a thin slice of potato …   Australian English dictionary

  • Chip — Contents 1 Food 2 Media 2.1 Characters 2.2 Games …   Wikipedia

  • chip — chip1 [ tʃıp ] noun count ** ▸ 1 piece of potato ▸ 2 in computers ▸ 3 small piece ▸ 4 in games for money ▸ 5 in sport ▸ + PHRASES 1. ) usually plural AMERICAN a very thin round piece of potato cooked in hot oil and eaten cold. British crisp:… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • chip — chip1 chippable, adj. /chip/, n., v., chipped, chipping. n. 1. a small, slender piece, as of wood, separated by chopping, cutting, or breaking. 2. a very thin slice or small piece of food, candy, etc.: chocolate chips. 3. a mark or flaw made by… …   Universalium

  • chip — [[t]tʃɪ̱p[/t]] ♦♦♦ chips, chipping, chipped 1) N COUNT: usu pl Chips are long, thin pieces of potato fried in oil or fat and eaten hot, usually with a meal. [BRIT] I had fish and chips in a cafe... Frank Browne shook more sauce over his chips.… …   English dictionary

  • chip — I [[t]tʃɪp[/t]] n. v. chipped, chip•ping 1) a small, slender piece, as of wood, separated by chopping, cutting, or breaking 2) coo a very thin slice or small piece of food, candy, etc.: chocolate chips[/ex] 3) a mark or flaw made by the breaking… …   From formal English to slang

  • chip — 1 /tSIp/ noun (C) 1 MARK a small hole or mark on a plate, cup etc where a piece has broken off (+ in): There s a chip in this plate. 2 PIECE a small piece of wood, stone, metal etc that has broken off something: Wood chips covered the floor of… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • chip — I UK [tʃɪp] / US noun [countable] Word forms chip : singular chip plural chips ** 1) a) [usually plural] British a long thin piece of potato cooked in hot oil. The American word is French fry fish/sausage/egg and chips b) American a crisp II, 1)… …   English dictionary